Portage Senior Center
The Portage Senior Center (PSC) is closed to the public at this time because the population served is at too high risk to take a chance in welcoming people back into the facility. This decision will be reevaluated when Governor Whitmer transitions our region to Stage 5 of the MI Safe Start Plan. Any initial reopening will begin with a general facility reopening, not an immediate resumption of on-site programs and activities. PSC staff are working and are available via phone or email.
The Portage Senior Center provides programs and opportunities that promote personal growth, health, friendship and independence for adults aged 50 and over. We are a vital, busy place, offering a variety of services and activities that change with the needs and desires of our members. Need an exercise class? We have several! Want to play cards? We have that too! Interested in traveling? A variety of one-day, extended and international travel opportunities are available.
For more information, call 329-4555.
The Portage Senior Center was the first Center in the State of Michigan to earn the National Senior Center Accreditation from the National Council on Aging (NCOA). In 2016, the PSC successfully completed its fourth accreditation application. Accreditation means the Center meets the highest standards of excellence by ensuring there are smooth and efficient operating procedures and policies in place. In addition, it demonstrates a connection to the community and measures progress against a national baseline.